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Date:         Thu, 19 Mar 2009 11:42:43 -0700
Reply-To:     "Pardee, Roy" <pardee.r@GHC.ORG>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         "Pardee, Roy" <pardee.r@GHC.ORG>
Subject:      Re: Suggestions for SAS: Multi-threaded GUI
In-Reply-To:  <941871A13165C2418EC144ACB212BDB0BEB33E@dshsmxoly1504g.dshs.wa.lcl>
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> Matt, > > "I feel your pain". :-) I gave up running anything > substantial on an interactive basis a long time ago. I use > Textpad as my editor. I set it up to submit SAS jobs from > the editor in batch mode, and load the log and list files > back into Textpad, much like you apparently use UE with Perl > jobs. I would suggest you do the same with SAS. > > I do keep an interactive SAS session open, but only to try > out snippets of code, and to browse datasets. If necessary, > I can cut and paste from Textpad into the interactive SAS > session. There are many editors that can do the same thing > and even more (among them UE and Xemacs with ESS). > > Hope this is helpful, > > Dan > > Daniel J. Nordlund > > Washington State Department of Social and Health Services > Planning, Performance, and Accountability Research and Data > Analysis Division Olympia, WA 98504-5204

Allow me to pimp my sascommunity page that shows how to set up UE for working with SAS:

or if that breaks:

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